Go To Game Apps? (1 Viewer)

Why did the chicken cross the road?

  • To show the armadillo it could be done.

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  • To show the opossum it could be done.

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  • The chicken did not cross the road. The road passed beneath the chicken.

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Aug 27, 2017
I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one here that is guilty of zoning out to a game on their phone. Cards, bubble shooters, gem swap, RPGs, etc... I often use repetitive games to help me go to sleep. Counterintuitive to modern sleep study wisdom, but I don't fit any of those models. They're based on a western/capitalism 9-5 grind life. I start getting sleepy around 3am CST. That's biology, not sponsored research. haha

But I digress....

What are your go to games?

I currently have one of each of the types I mentioned. A random solitaire app, Bubble Witch 3, Genies & Gems, and The Walking Dead: Road To Survival (when I have wifi)
We sell all kinds of other stuff in our Etsy store!


Make America Freight Again
Staff member
Dec 12, 2014
Dude, game apps are over rated.

Got to either:




And download an emulator.

And emulator is like a program on your phone that "emulates" a game system, like N64, PlayStation, or Sega Genesis.

You can play next to any game ever made, on your phone (depending on how good your phone is)
Nov 10, 2017
Orlando, fl
Emulators are the shit. I've really enjoyed Infinity Loop: Hex. Simple, repetitive, puzzle-like game that satisfies the same need in me that solitaire does, also it doesn't need an internet connection. I also cycle through more complex resource-management games, currently on the tail end of Township but now it's getting boring and the challenge is gone(at lvl 40).

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